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it will die... (0)

matt4077 (581118) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996701)

... the same ugly death star wars died without ford

Re:it will die... (4, Funny)

Xzzy (111297) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996837)

I like Ford as much as the next guy, but billing him up as the midas touch for movies seems a bit excessive.

Star Wars didn't die because Ford wasn't involved with the prequels. Star Wars died because Lucas was involved. ;)

Re:it will die... (3, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996863)

Lucas is allowed to be involved. In fact, he should be involved, he is a creative visionary.

The caveat, though, is that someone or something has to be around to keep him on a leash. On the first trilogy he had small budgets and the actors were willing to talk back to him. He also didn't do all the writing and directing by himself. Nowadays he gets to control every aspect of the picture and nobody will tell him when he's wrong. It's not the best environment for his films.

Re:it will die... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996887)

Let him do what he wants...as long as he doesn't run for governor.

Yes but (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996702)

Does Harrison Ford run Linsux?

Whip & Walker! (1, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996705)

It will be interesting when Indiana does his famous swinging whip trick while managing his walker...

This Just in.... (5, Funny)

whiteranger99x (235024) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996709)

The title announced will be: Indiana Jones and The Search For More Money

Re:This Just in.... (1)

dcstimm (556797) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996728)

because we all know that its a bad thing to make money..

Re:This Just in.... (3, Insightful)

whiteranger99x (235024) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996739)

Not at all, I love making money. I just can't miss the opportunity to make (wise/dumb)ass remarks :)

Re:This Just in.... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996741)

making money is not a bad thing.
greed however is.

Re:This Just in.... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996754)

Hmm... Seems familiar.

Wasn't that the title of every Hollywood movie ever created?

Re:This Just in.... (2, Interesting)

nkh (750837) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996782)

And this times, with twice more nazis butchered and decapitated than previously shown on screen!

Seriously, this is great news to me that Ford will continue for a last movie. Of course the "young Indy" will fail miserably but it doesn't really matter, the Indiana Jones franchise was almost dead anyway, a last movie with Harrison Ford is greatly appreciated.

Re:This Just in.... (1)

M1FCJ (586251) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996936)

Wasn't Adventures of Young Indiana Jones a success? I read many good reviews about it (but only watched a couple of episodes).

Re:This Just in.... (4, Funny)

AndrossUT (721573) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996804)

I can't wait for the Indiana Jones IV merchandising.. Indy the Breakfast Cereal, Indy the Lunchbox, and my personal favourite, Indiana Jones the Flamethrower.

A younger actor? (0, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996714)

You mean, like, um, Mark Hamill? Dy-no-mite!

Troll? Wow, some mods have never seen Star Wars! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996893)

You know, the original movies released before your time? Yeah, those.

In Korea... (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996717)

In Korea only old people like Harrison Ford! Just like in Britain, America, Australia, Canada, France...

62-year-old man doing Indiana Jones stunts. (4, Interesting)

amigoro (761348) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996718)

IESB.net: Is Indy 4 still going to be made? Ford: "No doubt about it." IESB.net: Could a younger actor play Indiana Jones in Indy 4? Ford: "No problem, but Indy IV is mine." Ford also added that he wouldn't mind having a younger actor play Indy in future films, which is similar to what was done with the James Bond films after Sean Connery left. IESB.net: Will you be doing your own stunts for Indiana Jones 4? Ford: "At least some of them."

Harrison ford was born on 13 July 1942. That makes his 62. So we are going to have a 62-year-old man doing Indiana Jones stunts. Mr. Ford must be one fit senior citizen.


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Re:62-year-old man doing Indiana Jones stunts. (4, Funny)

Timesprout (579035) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996772)

So we are going to have a 62-year-old man doing Indiana Jones stunts.

And then he goes home at night and bones a woman 20 years his junior

Mr. Ford must be one fit senior citizen.

I for one welcome our new fit geriatric, younger woman shagging, stunt performing, actor overlords

Re:62-year-old man doing Indiana Jones stunts. (4, Funny)

idiotnot (302133) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996939)

And then he goes home at night and bones a woman 20 years his junior

More like 35, 40 years his junior, knowing Hollywood these days.

Indiana Jones and the Quest for Young Poon. Starring Harrison Ford and Natalie Portman (no grits).

Re:62-year-old man doing Indiana Jones stunts. (1)

HeghmoH (13204) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996801)

Don't you mean, we're going to have a 62-year-old man's stunt double doing Indiana Jones stunts?

In the words of Indy & Panama Hat... (5, Funny)

Rahga (13479) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996807)

Harrison ford was born on 13 July 1942. That makes his 62. So we are going to have a 62-year-old man doing Indiana Jones stunts. Mr. Ford must be one fit senior citizen.....

Indy: "It belongs in a museum."

Panama Hat: "So do you."

(video clip of it here [destinationhollywood.com])

Re:62-year-old man doing Indiana Jones stunts. (1)

adeydas (837049) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996935)

give me a break so that i can eat my cake... what! was i singing again, must have been the boredom of seeing 62 year olds performing stunts that would put a 26 year old to shame...

Re:62-year-old man doing Indiana Jones stunts. (3, Funny)

Hatta (162192) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996955)

Harrison ford was born on 13 July 1942. That makes his 62. So we are going to have a 62-year-old man doing Indiana Jones stunts. Mr. Ford must be one fit senior citizen.

So what you're saying is, they're filming on location in Korea?

Wasn't (0)

jkia (685634) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996720)

"' However, he admits that future sequels may feature a younger actor, similar to the James Bond series post-Connery.'"

Wasn't Roger Moore actually younger than Connery?

Re:Wasn't (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996769)

Wasn't Roger Moore actually younger than Connery?

Nope, older. Which, I think, is what you meant!

Re:Wasn't (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996791)

Not sure who was younger or older, but If Moore was indeed younger than Connery then that's the point of Ford's comment. Replace Ford with a younger actor when/if there is an Indiana Jones V movie. Remember, Moore came after Connery in the James Bond films.

Age Wasn't Behind Connery's Departure From Bond (2, Interesting)

reallocate (142797) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996930)

It wasn't advancing age that prompted Connery to leave Bond behind.

Connery is currently 74. He retired from the Bond franchise after "You Only Live Twice" in 1967, when he was 37. He played Bond again, at 53, in 1983's "Never Say Never Again".

I suspect that if Connery had stood to be paid as much as Ford gets paid to do Indiana Jones, his willingess to play Bond would have increased accordingly.

Jones? Is that you? (5, Insightful)

Lu Xun (615093) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996722)

I don't know, Ford is Indiana to my mind; a new actor just wouldn't make sense to me. I wasn't around for the James Bond switchovers though.

With the Indiana franchise I'd like to see a "Batman Beyond" switchover, with Ford as an aging Indy and some new disciple taking his place.

Re:Jones? Is that you? (3, Insightful)

Pflipp (130638) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996794)

With Bond, they were lucky to have Roger Moore, who already played The Saint. The character of the Saint is not very different to Bond's (especially within the hands of Moore, of course), so I guess that the audience could quite well get used to it.

A younger disciple, like, maybe, his son? (3, Insightful)

mosel-saar-ruwer (732341) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996834)


With the Indiana franchise I'd like to see a "Batman Beyond" switchover, with Ford as an aging Indy and some new disciple taking his place.

A younger disciple, like, maybe, his son?

Sean Connery as Grandpa Jones, Harrison Ford as Daddy Jones, and, I dunno, Hugh Jackman, or Leonardo DiCaprio, as Jones Jr? Maybe Karen Allen [the original Lost Ark love interest] as Mrs Jones?

Of course, Steven Spielberg [having ditched Amy Irving for Kate Capshaw, of Temple of Doom fame], and Harrison Ford, having ditched a succession of wives for some damned whore from Ally McBeal, are probably not the kinds of guys to whom it might occur to portray fatherhood in a favorable light.

Re:A younger disciple, like, maybe, his son? (2, Funny)

nomadic (141991) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996852)

Leonardo DiCaprio, as Jones Jr?

You, sir, deserve to be pistol-whipped.

Two Words: Pink Mafia (1)

mosel-saar-ruwer (732341) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996900)


You, sir, deserve to be pistol-whipped.

Well, four points, really:

1) DiCaprio actually looks like he could be Harrison Ford's son.

2) He's about the right age [Ford born 1942, == 26 when Jackman is born in 1968, == 32 when DiCapiro is born in 1974].

3) As much as people love to hate him, DiCaprio can act pretty well [at least when he's not pouting].

4) As I understand it, Hollywood casting is 0wn3d by the Pink Mafia, which is why we get pretty boys like DiCaprio instead of real men like Jackman. So if you're required to have a pretty boy, better a pretty boy who can act, like DiCaprio, than a pretty boy who can't, like that poor clueless idiot who is trying to portray the young Anakin Skywalker over at Lucas.com.

Re:A younger disciple, like, maybe, his son? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996913)

We all know that River Phoenix is the only choice for the younger Indy, you insensitive clod!

Re:A younger disciple, like, maybe, his son? (1)

Timesprout (579035) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996918)

A younger disciple, like, maybe, his son?

I'm thinking a new but similar character, maybe called District of Columbia Smith, or Disty to his friends. In a similar vein instead of carrying a bull whip he would have an SM fetish and carry a cat o' 9 tails and trade in the hat for a gimp mask. There was lots of imprisoning and tying up in the earlier movies so the whole bondage SM theme would fit quite well as Distry stumbles from cage to dungeon scene in a haphazard, action filled yet amusing manner in search of Tutenkamun's golden prince albert.

Re:Jones? Is that you? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996899)

River Phoenix would be a great younger Indiana Jones.

Re:Jones? Is that you? (1)

Lord Kano (13027) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996932)

With the Indiana franchise I'd like to see a "Batman Beyond" switchover, with Ford as an aging Indy and some new disciple taking his place.

His son Chicago Jones [64.233.161.104] takes over for the old man.

LK

Who would play the role? (4, Insightful)

kegwell (789687) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996724)

Didn't they learn their lesson the first time when they released "Young Indiana Jones". Don't get me wrong, Indiana Jones is my favorite series of movies, but there is a time when you need to put things to rest.

Re:Who would play the role? (4, Insightful)

ajs (35943) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996838)

"Didn't they learn their lesson the first time when they released "Young Indiana Jones"."

Of course they did. You do realize that that was a highly successful series, right?

Re:Who would play the role? (1)

kegwell (789687) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996898)

Barney, Jerry Springer, and Saved By The Bell were all very successful as well, but it does not mean they are good. ;-)

Re:Who would play the role? (1)

imsabbel (611519) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996856)

There is a SLIGHT difference between jumping from an adult action hero to a teenager (like indy3->young indiana jones) and jumping from an soon-too-old action here to a new one in the 30s or so.

Dear god please... (0, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996734)

...do *not* introduce any new, goofy, CG characters or young sidekicks for "comedic relief." i'm sure this will follow other series and Hollywood's trend of blowing more shit up, blowing bigger shit up, another hot non-acting piece of eye-candy female sidekick, and hrm, what else? Oh right, some more poorly made pop tunes (or feel-cool psuedo-metal ala whatever piece of shit Vin has been in most recently). Damn, i hope they don't ruin this. Besides what else are we going to search for, the Shroud of Turin?

Re:Dear god please... (4, Funny)

vena (318873) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996759)

or young sidekicks for "comedic relief."

you mean like short round?

The very one. (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996790)

Short Round [indianajones.dk] - what a fucking waste that character was.

How about the city of Atlantis? (4, Interesting)

Spy der Mann (805235) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996877)

I'd really like an adaptation of "Indiana Jones and the fate of Atlantis" for the widescreen.

That game ROCKED. And don't worry about previous videogame adaptations. Those were usually action games adapted with a sucky story. Here we're talking about a game which is ACTUALLY a story.

Indiana Jones IV: (5, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996735)

The Search for the Titanium Hip.

Actors shouldn't be interchangeable (3, Funny)

tyrus568 (644456) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996736)

I have always detested that about the James Bond series. If Harrison Ford can't play Indiana Jones then just let it die. Please. That said, I have high hopes for this movie which I'm sure will come crashing down as soon as they announce Ice Cube to be the villain.

Re:Actors shouldn't be interchangeable (1)

kegwell (789687) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996771)

Haha, that's halarious. I was thinking the same thing. With the direction Hollywood has taken it would end up casting Matt Daemon on a quest to find J and Silent Bob's talent.

Re:Actors shouldn't be interchangeable (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996865)

Dunno about the interchangeable part. Pierce Brosnan plays a pretty damn good Bond. Has the smug British bastard thing down quite well.

and the simpsons. and star wars, and classic rock (1)

gad_zuki! (70830) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996892)

> just let it die.

And please while you're at it, take the Simpsons with you. Its just embarassing when profits dictate how long something is going to run. So if its popular its not just going to run, its going to be run into the ground.

I love the Simpsons, but the last few years have been sub-par potboilers making Murdoch slightly richer, with really no place for the series to go. I see the new ones on my Tivo and only watch them if I seriously have nothing better to do.

When I do watch them I see recycled stories and blatantly ripped off Family Guy gags (which is ironic because FG is very simpsons influenced).

Whatever ever happened to new ideas? I guess that's what Adult Swim is for, while Star Wars, Simpsons, Indiana Jones, U2, Aereosmuth etc continue to see who can be the bigger dinosaur.

I hope... (3, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996740)

They frikkin' get the cuisine of the countries where the new "Temples of Doom" will be located. Do you have any idea how irritating it is to walk into a restaurant in New Delhi and have a tourist fuckface go: "So where's the eyeball soup". What a bunch of maaderchods.

Consider this. (5, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996743)

Harrison Ford is 62 years old.
Sylvester Stallone is 58 years old.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is 57 years old.

These guys were the primary action heroes while I was growing up. Man. Now _I_ feel old.

MOD PARENT UP. (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996768)

....interesting how things appear in a different light when grouped together. If one had asked me just off the cuff, how old any of these men are, i'd have put them all in their 40s without even thinking. Does startle me to realize how much time has passed in my own life without consideration.

IJ Joke (for people who like being punched in the) (3, Funny)

OccidentalSlashy (809265) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996753)

face:

Your momma is so fat, she auditioned for a role in Indiana Jones as the big rolling ball!!

Snap.

Title Guesses (4, Funny)

falser (11170) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996762)

Indiana Jones and the Search for the Fountain of Youth
Seriously Dude, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, For Real This Time
Indiana Jones and the Geriatric Years
Indiana Jones VII, the search for Indian Jones IV, V and VI

Re:Title Guesses (1)

Geekenstein (199041) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996841)

Just for the record, I believe "The Last Crusade" wasn't a referece to it being the last movie, but the last search for the Holy Grail.

My 1/50 of $1.

Re:Title Guesses (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996882)

My 1/50 of $1.

CHEAP bastard! What, are you earning in Rupees?

I can't see it (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996764)

I just don't know how well someone can sell being Indiana Jones. That look Harrison Ford had when things just turned ugly? If they pick some pretty boy to sell tickets who can't act I'll be pissed.

George Lucas (4, Funny)

jeffkjo1 (663413) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996770)

George Lucas, from what I hear, is having a much more active role in the script writing. My guess, the script will go a little something like this: Indiana Jones drives an 18 wheeler into the Taj Mahal after discovering that it contains some Nazi Memorabila. He engages in an epic battle with some ancient Nazi general, who cuts off his hand. In a later scene, he goes to visit his father, who is on his deathbed, in an iron lung in a hospital. Between heavy breaths, Connery lets Ford know that the german woman from Last Crusade is actually his sister.
At this point the movie will end... gotta have material for a sequel, yknow.

I haven't found out where the "Meeesta Jones" Jackie-Chan-esque kid fits into the plot yet...

Re:George Lucas (1)

whiteranger99x (235024) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996812)

I haven't found out where the "Meeesta Jones" Jackie-Chan-esque kid fits into the plot yet...

Oh, you mean the Jar-jar Binks role? ;)

Re:George Lucas (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996917)

where is the (-5, missed the joke) moderation option?

Yeah, okay. (1)

advance512 (730411) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996776)

Harrison Ford is Indiana Jones. There's no other. What's next, replacing Jerry Seinfeld in Seinfeld?

Re:Yeah, okay. (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996938)

Can we, please????? With someone who's funny?

Never say never again? (3, Insightful)

surelars (573834) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996808)

(Opps - title already used)

Indy always was a dignified fellow, so there's no reason he can be the older professor, gray hair and all, saving the world. Heck, it worked for Connery - as Bond and as Indy's sidekick. I have no problem with at all with a 60+ Indy.

Go for it.

Ford in IJ 4, but... (2, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996816)

This just in: the title of the 5th film will be Indian Jones, with a younger, cheaper Indian actor to replace the aging old Ford. Production due to start in Bangalore in late 2009.

ps: sorry about this post. please mod this to -1 as soon as possible to protect the children.

Make it a classic buddy picture (1, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996817)

Things worked out great with Sean Connery as dad. Rather than go father-sun, they can make a classic buddy picture, like the old hope-crosby films. Now who is Ford's best buddy of all time? Chewbacca. Yes, Chewbacca. Now here is my script idea: Dr. Jones is sent to investigate reports of the Abominable Snowman. It turns out that Wookies have been secretly studying earth and probing its inhabitants in preparation for first contact. Dr. Jones ends up teaming up with Chewie and going undercover in New Zealand to rout out a developing Bundist movement, posing as a sheep breeder that has developed a new 9-ft tall sheep.

George Lucas happy with script (4, Funny)

mikeboone (163222) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996824)

George is happy with the script. I wonder who will be Indy's CGI sidekick?

Plot Summary (0, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996828)

In part IV Indiana Jones battles his new arch enemy - arthritis!

confusing Doctor Jones with Doctor Who (3, Interesting)

sagefire.org (731545) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996845)

Have you ever noticed that Regeneration episodes are among the best episodes of Doctor Who [bbc.co.uk]?

It's interesting that we all say, "No! Only Harrison can ever be Indy!" but people have no problem with Tom Baker being replaced by Peter Davison, then Colin, then Sylvester, etc...

I think more Indy movies will fail (though this one may pull an audience like Connery did in Never Say Never Again [imdb.com]) not due to anything having to do with Mr. Ford.

When Spielberg made the Indy movies, he was reviving the Saturday serials of distant movie lore. He had a sense of nostalgia and a sense of love for the project. After seeing some recent Speilberg work, I don't think he is capable of the innocent fervor needed to cut a successful Indy movie together.

Like James Bond? (2, Funny)

Man in Spandex (775950) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996848)

However, he admits that future sequels may feature a younger actor, similar to the James Bond series post-Connery."

Or how about before Roger Moore with George Lazenby? Oh that was horrific!

Sorry, No Way.... (3, Insightful)

NormHome (99305) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996849)

I'm sorry but no one can replace Harison Ford as Indiana Jones, I just can't see any actor stepping into that role.

Re:Sorry, No Way.... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996873)

What about River Phoenix?

oh wait, he's dead.

Re:Sorry, No Way.... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996885)

Bruce Cambell?

They should just wait another 20 years. (5, Funny)

Hodr (219920) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996851)

If they wait long enough they can just CG him into the following Indiana movies. Then he could have multiple roles (young Indy, based off the Star Wars texture (or possibly River Phoenix, etc.), the Indy we are all used to, and possible the "real" indie as a cameo.

Hell, they could throw Humphrey Bogart and James Dean, and everyone else they have been editing into commercials (they're families don't seem to mind the images of their loved ones being used to sell Coke or Mustangs).

In any case, I think it will eventually happen that all our "best" actors will go and get completely character modeled, then the models will be saved for future use, and this may be the best thing that could happen to them (Imagine a character with the looks of Jessica Simpson, the voice of James Earl Jones, and the acting ability of 20 character modeling experts....)

How will they handle it? (4, Interesting)

sheemwaza (570202) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996860)

I am intrigued... This series always used the Nazis as bad guys, which always worked out well. Now, if they play to his age as opposed to ignoring it, they can set the films in the early cold war. Think about it -- Russians, nuclear bombs, espionage. Not necessarily standard IJ fare, but interesting nonetheless.

Computer Generated Ford (1)

John Hasler (414242) | more than 9 years ago | (#10996883)

> However, he admits that future sequels may
> feature a younger actor....

Why not use computer graphics to put Ford's face on a younger actor? (Eventually, of course, they won't need the actor at all).

> ...similar to the James Bond series
> post-Connery.

There were no James Bond movies post-Connery. Just pitiful imitations.

Indiana Jones and the Snake Pit (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996908)

Anna Nicole stars as an evil gold-digger, intent on digging hers claws into another withered, old rich dude.

In America, (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 9 years ago | (#10996910)

only old people play Indiana Jones
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